Silicon Valley Code Camp 2013

The Tracks

SV Code Camp is the perfect place to watch engaging and entertaining talks given by industry experts and luminaries, and meet with developers for enaging and motivating conversations around specific topics.

There will be some interesting sessions to learn from. Robin's session come straight from the trenches, saving her company over 90% on infrastructure bills using some of her novel approaches. Neil will address some of the amazing networking capabilities of Windows Azure, making it possible to set up virtual private networks hosted in the cloud with little effort, even leveraging your own DNS services. Cisco now sells virtual private network devices in the sub $300 range. Bruno will provide two talks. The first talk will be about using Hadoop and HDInsight in the cloud, both in terms how to set things up, and how to actually run jobs map reduce jobs. The second talk will spend both client and server, where he will demo the use of a Windows 8 client communicating with an MVC web application using the Web API as the back-end restful service. Finally, Alice Pang will show you how to easily and quickly put up a WordPress site using Web Matrix in the cloud.


    Sencha provides frameworks and tools that help you design, develop, and deploy amazing applications for desktop and mobile devices. HTML5 and its associated technologies have transformed the browser into a first-class application platform. Local structured storage, rich media, and deep device access are just a few of the newly available capabilities offered by today’s browsers, and it’s enriching the capability of application delivered via the web. Since 2008, Sencha has provided the software, support, and services that empower businesses to build amazing, cross-platform web applications that execute with precision and performance on desktop and mobile devices. We’re a leader in HTML5, earning the “Visionary” placement by Gartner two years in a row. We are proud to be the company that worldwide enterprises rely on to help define their own multi-device application strategies.


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      Many of you have taken your kids to work and that's quite a proud and joyful feeling. Now bring your kids to a conference! We have designed a new track dedicated towards engaging and coaching kids an an early age. Neil Brown is giving two workshops on how to build games using Greenfoot. Dave Briccetti will be covering Tynker, Kojo, and Python programming. Stephen Chin will be unraveling the mystery behind Raspberry Pi and build a simple game with the provided hardware.

      Shadaj Laddad will be sharing his experience of Scala programming and will build a game using HTML5 and Android. Learn about how to get kids started with Java programming at an early age and learn safety tips on social media properties by a teenager. There is even a Minecraft modding workshop by Arun Gupta & Aditya Gupta. So sign up your kids for these exciting workshops and learn from some of the finest educators in the San Francisco Bay Area.

      Make sure that the kids bring a laptop and know the administrator password for software installation. Please check session abstracts for any software installation instructions prior to attending the workshop. Kids must be accompanied by a parent or an adult at all times. Parents may participate if there is space available, otherwise they will be asked to observe from the back of the room. Most importantly, you and your kids should have fun!

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